Bringing AI to Security with Microsoft Copilot for Security

English Intermediate Security

Microsoft latest addition to the Copilot family, Microsoft Copilot for Security, a generative AI-powered security solution that integrates with Microsoft security products, became GA April 1st, and in this session I will show what it is, how it works, and how you can set it up. We will focus on Azure requirements and cost management, as well as integrations and plugins that can be useful.


Jan Vidar Elven

Senior Cloud Platform & Security Architect, Security MVP

Jan Vidar Elven is a Senior Cloud Platform & Security Architect working at Microsoft Partner Evidi AS in Norway. He is a Microsoft MVP in Security, an active speaker and blogger, and has more than 25 years’ experience inside IT infrastructure management and architecting solutions, working with Cloud & Datacenter, specializing in Azure, Microsoft Entra, Active Directory, Enterprise Mobility, Identity & Access Management, Identity Governance, Service Management, Operations Management and Automation cross On-Premise and Azure environments.

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